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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today," with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. hey, everybody, we're so glad you're with us for thirst-day thursday, may 16th. big weekend coming up. it's supposed to be beautiful in the northeast. >> for the first time when you woke up, you didn't really need a coat, that's been the first time in a while, right? >> i think 5:05, i was out with the dogs and i thought it was going to be the most gorgeous day. >> if you didn't win the powerball jackpot.
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don't worry, because nobody did and the jackpot is humungous, $475 million, which is half a billion, almost. half a billion dollars. >> that you didn't even earn. >> you just got it because you picked random numbers. is this the old one or new one? >> that's the old one. >> play, because the drawing is next saturday. it's going to get even -- this coming saturday? >> yes. >> now you were busy last p.m. what were you doing over there with david letterman, did he have his way with you, hoda? >> it's kathie lee country over there. >> not really. >> i think so he had some fun with our show. and our drinking problem, as he calls it. >> we don't drink, they just put it in front of us. >> when are you on, 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.? >> yes. we start drinking immediately at 10:00. >> you're being silly, you don't really drink.
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>> we do. >> every day? >> every day. ever single day. >> do you think you thought about entering a program? >> whose idea was it start drinking? it was kathie lee's wasn't it? >> you'd think it was. >> what percentage of the time are the two of you incoherent? >> i'm incoherent right now. >> oh, pouring on the sexual charm for him. >> what are you talking about? >> the long egyptian legs. and playing with the hair. perfect. >> i was not playing with my hair. >> he's a sucker for that. awesome, hoda. you had your way with him. >> he asked about your dogs, chardonnay and chablis. he set what happened to those dogs? i said they passed away. >> did he ask you about regis, my other dog? >> no.
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>> but he did ask about bambino? >> yes. >> you looked beautiful. >> thank you. let's talk about those, this is story that was in the "new york post." we're not 100% confirmed. but it's been in the paper and a lot of folks are been talking about it. when you go to the big amusement parks and there's the long, long lines that you wait in with your kids. >> in the burning sun at universal. >> all of them. so hot there. >> well they say that there are a group of mothers who have taken it upon themselves to hire disabled people for $1,000 a day, to be part of their group so that they can cut line and get to the front. so in other words, a disabled person is allowed to have six people with them. so you're allowed to bypass everybody in the long line and get on the ride before everyone and they say that there are some manhattan families that are doing this. >> just manhattan?
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>> that's what it says here. >> well it's a new york paper. >> i don't know, it sounds awful. >> and if you can beat the system, any system, somehow. what are you teaching your children is the point of that? when you're totally misrepresenting somebody. they're handicapped, but they're not a member of your family. >> how fun is that to go around with people you don't even know, you have to pretend, you don't even know their middle name, it's just wrong, weird. >> you have to see when people are getting ready to board airplanes, they call up the know, the elderly and those who need assistance with babies and stuff. inevitably in that group there's one or two -- >> limping. >> they don't need it. >> they just, they're getting on. they want to get on and that's how they're going to do it. >> they want their space up top before anyone else gets it. >> that's what i hate, because the plane is all full and you're getting on.
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>> then they look at you look, where were you? in places like that you'll see a lot of people getting on planes with wheelchairs and when they get off, they're running off the plane. >> would one of those be joanne lamarca? >> probably. >> a spokesperson for disney said the company is upset with the abuse of the accommodations and is taking steps to deter this kind of activity from ever happening again. how much do we have to hear that? >> that's all we hear from our leaders, constantly. we'll take steps to see justice. >> abercrombie and fitch, they don't sell clothes to girls above a size 10. >> women and girls. >> right. >> but they will sell to large-size guys because they want the athletes. >> so there was some backlash when we heard about the ceo who said he only wants beautiful people in his clothes. >> only a certain type of person should buy his clothes. >> let's live here for a minute. >> kirstie alley was very upset.
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>> she battled weight issues. >> she said he kids would never shop there. and better than that there was a writer, greg carver, he was so upset about the comments, he decided to scoop up clothes and give them away to thrift shops and homeless people. >> he spent a lot of money. that stuff is not cheap. >> he's making a point, i guess the video has got tons and tons of hits. i don't know how many. >> four million hits. >> here it is. >> handing out abercrombie and fitch. shirts to -- to a lot of needy people. >> do they know how chic and hip it's supposed to be? do they care? >> no. but i think he's making his point big-time. >> like do you want -- and they're asking people in the video for folks who have mistakenly purchased abercrombie and fitch attire to give it away, to homeless people. >> that's what he says. >> so this has legs? >> yes.
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>> well, well. people don't like elitism. they don't. they just don't like it. it's fundamentally, they know it's wrong. >> we're going to talk about plane complaints the other day. we got a lot of responses from you guys. >> you're very smart. first of all, we didn't know, according to a lot of people on facebook. if you have the middle seat, you get first dibs on both arm rests. >> you have no place to go and nothing to do. >> so the unspoken rule is, because you got stuck in the crummy middle seat, you get both arm rests. another girl got upset on the plane. she said you know the people who flip their hair over the back of the seat? >> no, yeah. >> your hair is getting such traction. >> a life of its own. >> what's going on with the hair? please explain it. the hair is big and you're into it and everyone's into it. >> i don't know. it's most ridiculous thing in the world. but i'm going to keep wearing it this way for a while and getting attention. >> we like it. >> yeah, i walked out this morning and
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dean cain went, i heard a wolf whistle. do you know how long it's been since a heard a wolf whistle? a long time. >> doesn't that feel so good to hear that? >> i didn't know if it was directed at me. this woman had hair so, so long, she flipped it over the back seat into this woman's lap. the flight attendant asked the girl three times to remove her hair. she did, but minutes later, flipped it back into over by now, linda's meal. it stayed there for six hours. linda was so ticked off. when it came time to get rid of her stale gum -- >> she's vindictive, this one. >> she didn't do a nice thing. but some say she was justified. >> she put it, you know where she put it. >> that's terrible, that's awful. >> what the girl did or what the woman did? >> both. >> these sisters were flying from new york to ireland. there were two loud women behind them. >> they happened to be french, i think.
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>> one decided to be foot -- in the arm rest between the two sisters. >> the foot was in between. >> that would be like right here, somebody's foot. >> yes, now we don't know what kind of shoe or. >> or whether there was a shoe on it. >> she said she was so disgusted. she picked up an arm rest. and sent it back. the woman shut up and kept her smelly feet to herself. >> i think it's weird where people put their feet. >> i think it's weird that people wear flip flops and their feet are filthy. and they have toe jam. >> don't say that. >> if you want to make hoda go crazy, say toe jam. >> "anchorman 2" is coming, so i saw the actual version anchorman. this is the actual version of "afternoon delight." >> i wish they wouldn't put the
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name up, because i know the song. ♪ gonna find my baby ♪ gonna hold her tight ♪ gonna grab some afternoon delight ♪ ♪ when it's right, it's right ♪ why wait until the middle a cold, dark night ♪ ♪ when everything is a clearer in the light of day ♪ ♪ doesn't this put you in the -- ♪ ♪ when we know the night is always gonna be here anyway ♪ ♪ thinking of you is working up an appetite ♪ ♪ looking forward to a little afternoon delight ♪ ♪ rubbing sticks and stones together ♪ >> we've got to save some dime for this. if you need a good laugh, and who doesn't. we went yesterday to the golden theater to see -- "vanya, sonia, masha and spike." an unbelievable cast. six tony nominations. >> sigourney weaver is in it. >> hoda had to leave because you were doing letterman.
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i'm telling you, hoda, it has a great chance of winning the tony for best play. it's just hysterically funny. >> look at the cast. >> david hyde-pierce. the guy who plays spike. >> with the bow tie. >> he is genius. he's a real beefcake type. but so funny, you want to cry. and kathleen nielson, and it makes you laugh your spanx off and it makes you cry your eyes out. it's very touching. it was so well done. >> such a great one. >> i went to, i had to go to the ladies room because i had a long trip back to connecticut. i go to the ladies room. you know, the wednesday matinees, lots of women and i think it's an older theater, so they're probably five stalls. with about 200 women that need to go to the ladies room. so finally, they, they close down the men's room and let the women go, because it was going to be curtain time. believe me, sometimes you don't want to rush back to your seat. you don't want to miss what
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happens. so all of a sudden i'm waiting there in line and two guys come. come in -- drop it, and yup. >> you were in there? >> yes, we were all standing there. >> yes, yes. >> i'm going, okay. >> and then the ladies behind me go -- guess what? and i said what? and she said hoda and kathie lee are here! >> it was you? >> i said you're kidding, right. and she said yes, you could get their autograph. and i said why would i want to do that because i'm kathie lee. oh, my god. oh, my gosh i'm going to write my memoir that i went to the bathroom in the men's room with you. you missed it yesterday. >> i love it, i love it. >> okay. not okay, hoda-woman. >> is it okay for celebs to try online dating. martha stewart is trying it. let's see what we have to say. >> it's hard enough to protect your privacy when you're a
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celebrity. why would you want to expose yourself in such a way? >> heck yes, who cares how you find love, as long as you find it. >> that's what i'm saying. >> i am totally in love with our little character. >> love them. >> wish we were as cute. >> we have a cute guy coming up, don't we? >> look at this juggling act. >> you're going to be dancing from ear to ear. >> dean cain. >> and they're in hair and makeup as we speak, two ladies from the plaza getting ambushed. >> right after these messages. tim and laura. tf it's amazing how appreciative people are when you tell them they could save a lot of money on their car insurance by switching to geico...they may even make you their best man. may i have the rings please? ah, helzberg diamonds. nice choice, mate. ...and now in the presence of these guests we join this loving couple. oh dear...
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dean cain is well known for playing the heroic clark kent or superman in the mid '90s, and now on to a new adventure. in the new vh1 series called "hit the floor." >> he plays a professional basketball coach who gets recruited to pick the beautiful dancers who cheer on the team. they play the devil girls, take
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a look. >> the entrance to the gym is this way. >> there's no point in my being there. >> oh, come on. you're judging finals, former all-star come back to coach your old team. this is an awesome promotion for you. >> they're not promoting basketball. this is about the dancers who have gotten completely overmarketed by the way. they're marketed like blow-up dolls. >> then it goes downhill from there. >> although. it was great to see you. hi, dean. you've done ten episodes, a scripted series for vh1. >> it's the second one they've tied. the cast is ridiculous. all the dancer girls, we'll sit around and have a cast read-through. kimberly least plays opposite of me and we'll look around the cast, are you kidding me,
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they're ridiculously gorgeous. >> did you die when you got the script? did you say this is perfect for me. >> the guy's a professional basketball coach and he gets to judge girls' dancing. i could spend my whole life wanting this. >> it's almost a porno. >> but it's legal. >> did you play sports when you were younger? >> i played professional football for the buffalo bills for half a season. well, okay, for 15, 20 minutes. >> were you hurt? >> i got hurt as a rookie. but i know the world. >> your dreams were shattered? >> they weren't. >> they weren't? >> i was probably 30 years old before i said i'm not going to play in the nfl any more. i was already shooting "lois and clark" before i thought i would hang it up. even now, playing a coach, i'm not sure i'm old enough to play a coach. all of my friends are real coaches like jason garrett, coach of the dallas cowboys. >> that's your -- that's your
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posse, huh? >> yes. >> posse is good. >> now when you played superman and people remember you as that. is it difficult to get cast in other roles sometimes because of something like that? >> it can be. for me it's been no problem. i've done maybe 100 movies since then and it's great. i love the work i'll work on a $50 million movie or a $1 million movie. >> and you have another mouth to feed by the way because your 13-year-old son lives with you. >> christopher. >> he is a cutie. >> we got to see his picture. >> he looks just like me if i was blonde and perfect. >> like everybody on your show. >> how have -- your dance-judging skills, where do they come from? >> from years of meticulously honing them on the dance floors. >> do you know how to dance? i've driven by scores. known can ever prove that i was there. >> there's video that you were there. >> are you a good dancer? >> am i a good dancer? it depends on when you ask me that question. >> let's turn up the music.
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i'm not dancing alone. come on! >> see, i'm not. >> come on. >> i need to be drinking. >> let's go, baby. >> let's go baby. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i'll do the close-up. >> that doesn't count. >> i'm kidding. >> no. that was it. >> kathie it's got a great move. >> this is how you watch. >> let's go to the video. >> let's see it. >> when you dance with a real man, baby. >> i'm looking. >> any time now. >> you see it's an old thing in show business called timing! >> never mind. >> there we go. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> i'm going to say you win that one. >> a little spank at the end.
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>> good game. >> great to see you, the show "hit the floor" premieres on vh1, may 27th at 9:00 p.m. it's the end of the road for one of our talented singers from "the voice." what's next for vito. [ male announcer ] only degree antiperspirant
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20-year-old singer vito made his singing debut in front of millions of people on "the voice" impressing usher with his r&b sound. >> for the first time this season. the final 12 sang for america's votes and none of the contestants could be saved by the judges. sadly vito's journey came to an end. but he stopped by our studio and it's a pleasure to meet you. you're one talented man. >> thank you. >> and you're talented and you're sweet. >> i try to be. >> you're a tribute to your mom. >> a lot of us got to know you and your mom. we know your mom passed away
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early in the season and it was a very emotional journey for you singing on "the voice" wasn't it? >> i think definitely it was emotional especially the beginning of it. the blind audition battle round. it was so close to when she had passed. i think that as i progress in the show and as i went on and advanced through rounds, i was thinking it had gotten easier for me, because it was almost like at a certain point like when i talk about my mom, when i talked about her, i would cry. but it was at a certain point when i talked about it, she wouldn't let me cry. >> vito, we want to wish you the best of luck, you have a long runway. >> thanks for coming to see us. >> ambush is coming up.
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welcome back to "today" on this thirst-day thursday, and it's the time where we reveal ambush makeovers for two women who were lucked off the plaza. with us is "today" contributor and stylist to the stars, ♪ louis liccari ♪ ♪ la la la la la la
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>> and "people" style watch editor and stylist, jill martin. >> nice crowd out. beautiful day. >> we had a gorgeous day, so many people to pick from. we found two great, great candidates. >> you found someone named lynn quevo. 49 years old from portland, oregon. since she works as an electrician, she throws her hair back into a ponytail and baseball cap every day and was so thrilled to get the opportunity for a glam new look. let's take a listen to her story. >> well, lynn normally wears a hard hat because i can't get over that you're an electrician. >> yes, electrician. >> so tell me about your usual uniform. >> just jeans and t-shirt and -- >> and you're outside all the time. >> a baseball cap and a ponytail. >> and no makeup, ever? >> no makeup. >> your boyfriend, ron, for a year, what do you think of all this? >> i think it's exciting. >> you've never seen her
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obviously with a new look because it's been a year. so what do you think of her getting a new look? >> i'm excited, i think it will be fun. >> are you ready to get a little dolled up? >> yes. >> exciting. >> her boyfriend, ron, please raise your hand? her brother, john and her friend sam with the upside-down blindfold. here's lynn before. all right, lynn, let's see the new you. >> oh wow. lynn, you guys, ready? take off your blindfold. >> whoa! >> are you ready? >> yup. >> come right here and turn right here. >> wow. >> it's nice. >> why don't you look here at camera 12. louis, tell us about the hair. >> obviously most -- strongest thing i could hear, i made
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changes from a blonde to a brunette. which is a very bold thing to do. the perfect hair color to accents your skin color and beautiful eye color. >> the highlights pass through, so it doesn't look monochromatic or goth. >> let's start with ron the boyfriend, what do you think? >> i'm amazed, gorgeous. >> wow. >> you like? >> i always knew my sister was pretty, but i didn't know she was that pretty. >> how about sam? >> she's always looked the same ever since i met her. so big difference, beautiful, beautiful, i love it. >> she wears a hard hat every day, no makeup. we thought we would go a little '60s mod, very in for spring, this is maggie london. >> big round of applause for lynn. thank you. >> now our second lady, laurie, who is 50, from lake charles, louisiana. just turned 50. told us it was her dream to be made over on the "today show," we decided to grant her birthday wish and give her a brand new
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style. let's listen to her story. >> she was going to scribble my name in, because she didn't make the sign. no offense taken. so you want this? >> yes. >> tell me why. >> i watch every makeover. i love that part of the show. and i just am excited to get the chance to do one. >> what's your supportive sister think? >> i think this is great, we're celebrating her 50th birthday, we came here specifically to see "the today show." >> okay. well we're going to ditch the sweatshirt and -- groove you up a little bit. >> great, good, i'm excited. >> she's adorable. >> she's here with her sister. lisa. >> hi, lisa. >> one last look at laurie and bring out the new laurie! >> oh! >> wow. >> you got that louis liccari red going on. all right, lisa. >> wow! >> so great.
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>> you look fantastic. we're going to prove it to you. turn around, please. >> oh wow. >> oh, my gosh, i love it. >> oh, my gosh. >> you look hot. >> i pumped her hair color up, a few shades of red make all the difference. vanessa gave her a great fantastic haircut. blow and dry, gorgeous right out of the shower and color story is complete with the makeup. >> beautiful >> what do you think? >> she's beautiful. just wonderful, thank you. >> thank you. >> people always say thank you, it's so sweet. >> and jill, tell me about the dress? >> 50th birthday, red lace, by elijah j. they're going 0 to two broadway shows. >> what are they? >> "lucky guy" and "pippen." >> two home runs. >> bring them both out. [ applause ] >> beautiful. coming up, things that make you sound smart.
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if only it just took glasses. >> how to sound smarter in a tech-driven world of l.o.l., in a world that's become a lot more casual. >> grammar tips to help you make the good impression. courtney smith is the executive editor of "readers' digest" for people who know how to read. >> and terry shodeen, author of "small message, big impact." >> hey, ladies. >> it is true, because we're so techie and there's auto correct on spelling and everything else, we don't pay as much attention to grammar as we used to, do we? >> i was texting my daughter and for the first time i did "u-r" for your. and i hated myself. what's one of the things we do
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to make us sound stupid? >> the word "like" is universally disliked. it's all about what impression you want to send. >> and absolutely. the goal is, what is your intention. so if you're selling yourself on the job interview or selling a product or a service or a philosophy or idea, you're trying to present yourself and your ideas in a way that's attractive to people and inspires them to want to hear more. >> we're sabotaging our own success, in other words. >> let's see how smart we are, shall we? we're going to look at movie clips and see if we can pick out the grammatical error, let's start with a clip from "mean girls." >> his name is aaron. >> no, no, you can't like aaron. that's gene ex-boyfriend. >> they went out for a year.
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>> and she was devastated when he broke up last summer. >> i thought she dumped him for shane. >> irregardless, ex-boyfriends are off-limits to friends. >> irregardless. >> we knew it. >> regardless covers it and a good memory trick is that the "ir" in irregardless is irrelevant. >> oh! >> okay. i love the movie "anchorman." let's see if we can find the grammatical error. >> greg killed a guy. >> did you throw a trident. >> horses, a man on fire and a killed a guy with a trident. >> rick i've been meaning to talk to you about that, you should find yourself a safe house, lay low for a while because you're probably wanted for murder. >> i thought it was perfect. what happened? what was wrong? >> he used trident, which is a noun as a verb? >> no, actually -- >> he did. >> let's let the pros tell us.
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>> here's what jumped out at me is the lay low. >> lie low. >> it's lie low. >> but it's a colloquial term we've come to accept. >> stop correcting the teachers. >> just making a statement. >> they are their own distinct words. brick laid someone low by killing them. but you lie low after murdering someone. >> maybe he meant the other word. >> laid low. if you know what i'm saying. >> one more quick one. >> go ahead. >> well i'm honored. this place is so cool. >> me and my dad built this. >> my dad and i built this. >> you would never say me built it. and you take out the other person and -- >> did you know that, hoda? >> i did know that should you correct people in front of people? >> yes. >> no, the important thing is to
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present yourself in a way that helps you to move your intentions forward. whatever your goal is. so if it's a job interview, you want to sell yourself in a way that inspires them to say, let's give this person the next interview or let's give them the job. so words are important. they do matter. >> all right. kids. >> when you say correctly, you add -- speak correctly, you add panache to your personality. >> that is, like, so true. >> we're going to try to speak good from now on. >> they're some of the most amazing creations you've ever seen on a beach. we're getting together -- >> good morning to you. i'm alex wilson. we'll be watching for the chance of security down in the parts of the gulf coast region, you can see tennessee, kentucky, up into
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the northern plains. we'll bring the heat back to the central part of the country, east coast cities, 73 for new york, 81 in washington. tomorrow rain in the ohio valley region. down towards atlanta as well. highs around 81 in atlanta. mid to upper 60s for san francisco and l.a. we're going to watch for flets of severe storms. 81 for chicago and louisville. monday, once again, storms in the central pargtsd fts country. 82 for kansas city. 89 nor louisville, 84 in new orleans. hugh ton, you'll be near 90. by tuesday, still rain showers possible thunderstorms strechling into the great lakes and all the way down to texas.
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by wednesday, dry around the four corners region over into the parts of california. 56 for seattle, 75 in new york. nation's capital at 87. by thundershowers, showers, storms through parts of kentucky, tennessee. boston at 65 with showers. chicago highs also in the mid 0 mid-60s. hit around g9 0 in albuquerque. join us for "wake up with al." both tylenol and bayer back & body are proven to be effective pain relievers tylenol works by blocking pain signals to your brain
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check out these guys waiting for a train. it's a sand sculpture called train stop and just one of the amazing creations from rusty croft and kirk rademaker, also known as the sand guys. >> these guys take playing with
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sand to a whole new level and they've been busy creating something special for us in our own studios. >> hi, boys. >> how long did it take you? what time did it start? >> 10, 15 minutes. >> did you guys as kids play in the sand a lot? is that how it all began? >> playing in the dirt. >> but you've got to be artistic by nature. >> yeah. >> you're both sculptors in real life? >> starting in building and realized -- what. >> you got to be a kid. that's what you got to be. you got to be a kid at heart. >> and you've got to be willing to let your beautiful creation be washed away by any tide that comes along or by any bully on the beach. >> that's not so fun. but the fact that it's ephemeral and goes away is one of the best things about working with sand. >> i like words like that. >> show us if regular people can do it like us. you're going to show us how to create a little window on the corner. >> i'm good at this. >> so crafty. >> i'm good. >> one of the tools we use, little power knives. >> start at the top.
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>> make a window. >> you've made sand castles before, yeah? >> it is a square? >> i'm making a window. >> or door or a -- big hole. excellent. >> i thought that's what we were doing. >> there's no right or wrong. >> so you can fix it. >> you can fix it afterwards, which is good. >> what was wrong with what i did. >> it's a little crummy. i mean that in a sandy way. >> you want to have moist sand, you've got to have the right kind, because sometimes it >> you made it an oval. >> how pretty or a little detail. >> you guys take your show on the road, don't you? >> absolutely. >> sponsored by ocean potion. >> doing sand castles in the sun tour this summer. we're going to coastal cities all over the country this year and bringing friends and family together for fun in the sun. that's the idea. get the family out there, your friends together. >> and people can watch you all day long. >> you've got to get on the other side. >> and what am i doing?
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>> what is she doing over there. >> let me show you here. you're going to get dirty. >> i've been known to do that once or twice. i have two children. >> this is a sand castle. use wet sand. >> and when you make a wall. you put your hands in there. and you grab -- >> what is that. what are you doing in there. >> and then you pull it out and -- >> this is like the movie "ghost" remember? >> that's how you make a wall. >> give it a little jiggle. >> jigle it. >> here you go. >> do it, do it. >> one more, close-up on my chest please, when they say jiggle. okay? thank you. >> we wish you the best of luck, all right? >> have a great tour this summer. >> hottest acts in country music, right after this. >> stop jiggling. >> i can't help myself. hey, have you guys heard about probiotics?
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by working in your gut where 70% of your immune system lives. >> announcer: the toyoa concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >> they're the red-hot trio known as the sexy pistols. >> and they're here with their new song, "ante up." we leave you with this. ♪ ♪
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♪ i feel a scene coming on ♪ please, jesus don't hold me back ♪ ♪ i know it ain't mine, but i want it so bad ♪ ♪ the smoke in the whiskey got me in a breeze ♪ ♪ and it all in the back ♪ and you can see it ♪ all over my face ♪ sweet temptation ♪ all over the place ♪ give me tall, dark and handsome ♪ ♪ mix it up with something strong ♪ ♪ i feel a scene coming on ♪
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jeff: a special day on "the jeff probst show" as we turn the show over to yvette. >> i'm so grateful that you're entrusting me. jeff: with r & b star lalah hathaway and an in-depth look at the music, the media and today's kids. >> there's a lot of push to oversex young women. >> if you really pay attention to it, it makes you uncomfortable. [applause] [captioning made possible by cbs television distribution] jeff: hello, hello. all right a littleability me. i'm recently married. i work with my wife on the show and i'm learning how to be a dad with two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a